TUNA CASSEROLE

Growing up in a one-income single mother home was not easy for a mom. It wasn’t easy for the kids either. My mama would try to come up with different, affordable ideas that could be made quickly after a full day at the office. The beginning of the month, the choices were grand. Too much […]

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BOOBS

From the day that I was cognizant of puberty, I wanted boobs. I snuck a Raggedy Ann training bra into the house when I was 7. I don’t recall where I got it, but I wore it under my clothes and felt like big stuff. Funny that it would be Raggedy Ann. I don’t think […]

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The Blue Diamond

For better or worse, after marriage and children, the Ravenstads were ALL expected to ski. I skied as a teenager, but not well. Great memories of Mount Lassen (well, ok, some good and some not so good). The good memories were that we (my brother and I and friends) were free to roam up and […]

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